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From Simone Gianni <>
Subject Re: Your Maven build doesn't work?
Date Mon, 03 Jul 2006 10:04:38 GMT
Hi Juan Jose,
IMMO, you are not saying anything stupid. I think maven should improve
itself and not try to download everything everytime, but since we have
this big problem, maybe wrapping maven somehow to provide and easier
user experience could be a solution.


Juan Jose Pablos wrote:

> Reinhard Poetz escribió:
>> ... then please provide meaningful error reports. To draw an analogy,
>> many complaints have the quality of "My pipeline doesn't work. Please
>> provide help".
>> I created a page
>> ( in
>> Daisy that contains the most important advices that I know off and
>> helped me over the last months to tame the m2 beast ;-)
> nice,
> Reading here I can see that you could run maven from the local
> repository.
> What about creating build.(sh|bat) like it was on cocoon 2.1, this
> build script will run  maven:
> mvn clean install -Dmaven.test.skip=true
> If the build works then touch a file called repository.060703
> Then all the build are using only local repository libraries with a
> notice that say that you are using a repository from that day.
> You can work on your stuff and only update the lib repository when you
> think you needed.
> Using " update" could upgrade your repository when you want
> instead of everytime.
> I hope that I am not saying anything stupid here :-)
Simone Gianni

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